“Unique, sophisticated and exclusive; MuseumHouse architect Sol Wassermuhl, with a nod to NYC’s 5th Ave. and that city’s prestigious residences overlooking Central Park, designed this striking, slender classic residential tower clad in rich limestone, metal and sparkling glass to accommodate only 27 private residences over it’s 19 floors.
Completed in 2011, this 2,226 sf south facing boutique condominium is located at the apex of Toronto’s vibrant Annex and Bloor/Yorkville neighbourhoods. With direct elevator access, sleek hardwood flooring, 10-foot ceilings and spa-inspired ensuites throughout, this airy 2-bedroom + den residence offers uncompromising luxury with breathtaking, forever city views.
Oversized floor-to-ceiling windows surround a spacious living area with clean finishes and plenty of room to entertain. Thoughtfully divided by a double-sided gas fireplace, a refined dining space with open plan, modern kitchen, overlook the iconic CN tower to the south.
Working directly with the architect in 2007/8, the first, and current owner, delivered a space with custom finishes and luxurious upgrades including stainless steel Miele appliances, handmade opal white quartz waterfall breakfast bar, LED lighting throughout, motorized drapes, Duravit Starck toilets and matching polished kitchen counters.
A sizeable grand stone terrace allows for seamless indoor/outdoor living in the downtown core, complete with the luscious greenery of U of T’s Philosopher’s Walk directly below and the iconic ROM with its acclaimed Daniel Libeskind Crystal at your fingertips.
Residents can enjoy MuseumHouse’s world-class 24-hour Concierge and security services, as well as exclusive luxury amenities such as valet parking, state of the art fitness centre and private residence lobby. Steps away from trendy entertainment spots and Yorkville’s high-end shopping Boutiques. Includes 1 parking.
We invite you to visit MuseumHouse; this timeless urban residential landmark. Everything else is history”.